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HK Welcomes UAE Investments
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HK Welcomes UAE Investments

Hong Kong has welcomed the UAE’s willingness to expand its economic relations with Hong Kong in various investment, commercial and industrial sectors, particularly in the field of innovation and invention, WAM reported. During a meeting, at the fifth Business of Intellectual Property Asia Forum at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, Abdullah Bin Ahmad Al Saleh, under-secretary of the ministry of economy for foreign trade and industry and Margaret Fong, executive director of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, stressed their strong desire to open more joint investment channels and holding strategic partnerships between small and medium-sized companies of both sides at different economic levels. The UAE Ministry of Economy organized a pavilion within the activities of the BIP Asia in collaboration with the HKTDC.

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